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What Matters Is What Learners Do

Catlin Tucker

What makes an educator – or a class, or a lesson – great? I’ve been fortunate, throughout my life, to observe many amazing educators in action. First, I had great teachers when I was in school.

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How to Lead with Little to No "Experience"

A Principal's Reflections

I vividly remember how frustrating it was to interview for various school administrator positions only to be told that I didn’t have enough practical experience related to the position(s). Well duh, of course I didn’t, as I was an aspiring leader who was just venturing into this space.


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8 questions to help students identify credible resources

Ditch That Textbook

This post is written by Bradley Lands, the author of the book Knowledge-ABLE, owner of UpLearn LLC, and is currently the Director of Technology and Innovation at The Langley School in McLean, Virginia.

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iSpring QuizMaker- Easily Create Interactive Quizzes for Your Class

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

If you are looking for a powerful tool to create interactive digital quizzes, iSpring QuizMaker is a very good option to consider. iSpring QuizMaker is a quiz creation tool that you can use to create interactive quizzes, surveys, and assessments.

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How to Apply the Concepts of Neuroscience to Create a Thriving Learning Culture

Speaker: Margie Meacham, Founder and Chief Freedom Officer at LearningToGo

In this webinar, Margie Meacham, CEO of Learningtogo and a neuroscience expert, will show you how to create a training program that promotes psychological safety and uses neuroscience to create a workplace culture where people flourish, connect, and perform at their best.

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11 Ways Teachers Can Use Wakelet

Teacher Tech with Alice Keeler

Wakelet is a content curation and organization platform that allows you to collect, store, and share resources and information in one place.

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Code Math Games with ChatGPT + Google Sites

Learning in Hand

I made an online game, and I want to tell you about it. The Percent Progress Game is played by guessing the percentage of a progress bar that is filled with color.

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Facilitators Build Trust with Clear Parameters


Whether you’re a principal facilitating a change initiative or a teacher leader facilitating a content-level team, it’s essential to set clear parameters with adult learners upfront so that neither goals, nor trust, nor people’s hard work is compromised. Elisa MacDonald shows how.